A video captures the excitement as the Class of 2026 moves into the dorms to begin their Williams experience.
Nathan Liang ’24 created a library of virtual instruments, called The Storm Orchestra, based on field recordings from Ireland’s west coast while conducting NSF-sponsored research with geosciences professor Rónadh Cox.
A new dye lab in Spencer Studio Art Building allows students to incorporate into their art plant materials from a meadow growing outside the building.
A Williams College-Williamstown Theatre Festival summer partnership gets an overhaul, with 20 students from Williams and other colleges considering an array of careers in theater.
Williams welcomed the Class of 2020 and their friends and family back for an in-person graduation celebration.
Georgia Tech electrical engineer David Citrin ’85 uses terahertz imaging to uncover secrets in art, artifacts and aircraft—most recently revealing text obscured by corrosion on a 16th-century funerary cross.
Students are playing a major role in biology professor Matt Carter’s groundbreaking research on the area of animals’ brains that communicate fullness during eating.
Erikka Olson ’19 achieves her dream of taking on Mount Hayden—and discusses Williams and her love of geology—in this new video as the winner of a Mammut competition that drew 2,200 entries.
Ephs in the arts share their experiences with staying creative during the shut-down caused by the pandemic, lessons learned and what it means to them to reconnect with live audiences.